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Pregnant devil statue appears over Vancouver

The pregnant devil statue was seen nearly a year after a nude male devil statue was briefly installed near a Vancouver train station.

By Ben Hooper

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 18 (UPI) -- The Canadian city briefly graced by a sexually-aroused Satan statue last year has a new naked devil sculpture, this time a pregnant female.

The statue, which some have labeled the "wife" of the erection-sporting red devil statue that briefly stood in a park near Vancouver's Clark Drive SkyTrain station in September of last year, was spotted Thursday on top of a building in the eastern part of the city.

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The statue, colored white and apparently pregnant, was removed after only a few hours, but city officials said it was not taken by municipal workers.

The male statue last year was taken down by the city, which said it wasn't officially commissioned. A similarly unauthorized penguin statue appeared in its place the following month.

The pregnant statue's origins and current whereabouts are unknown.

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